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Class versus Nation

A History of Richard Turner’s Eclipse and Resurgence

Ian Macqueen

As this special journal edition bears witness to, the life and thought of Richard Turner have drawn renewed interest. 1 The publication of his biography by American writer Billy Keniston (2014a) and Keniston’s subsequent debate with Eddie

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Anthony Egan

It may seem odd to claim Rick Turner as a theologian. With a background in existentialism (his Paris doctorate was on Jean Paul Sartre), but quite eclectic in his research and teaching, 1 Turner was an atheist for most of his life. Even his

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Alex Lichtenstein

Workers’ control in the enterprise is a necessary condition for freedom but it is not a sufficient condition ( Turner 2015 [1972]: 64 ). Detained, interrogated and tortured by the South African security police in early 1982, trade union

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Peter Hudson

Mao in Durban I lost my copy of Mao’s Little Red Book on a very hot January afternoon in Durban in 1972. I am still not sure how it happened because I was always so careful with it – after all, it had been given to me by Rick Turner. People

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Anthropologists and Healers

Radical Empiricists

Edith Turner

their eyes, or their second sight. Claire Sevukaq in Alaska: Her Own Second Sight Some 30 years after I had first worked among African ghost doctors with Victor Turner in Zambia in the 1950s, news came through the university of a remarkable

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Staying out of Place

The Being and Becoming of Burundian Refugees in the Camp and the City

Simon Turner

but as a strategy in itself. Killing time in a refugee camp or hiding on the outskirts of a big city is to live in a non-place ( Augé 1995 ), in liminality ( Turner 1967 ), or as an exception ( Agamben 1998 ). However, as much as this is a parenthesis

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Times of Violence

The Shifting Temporalities of Long-Term Ethnographic Engagement with Burundi

Simon Turner

onto the future through rumors ( Feldman 1995 ; Ferme 2018 ; Turner 2004 , 2005 ). I acknowledge that violence may also be invisible, structural, and normalized and that these forms of violence also overlap and interact with the kind of explicit

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From Neo-Kantianism to Durkheimian Sociology

Hermann Cohen and the Problem of Sacrifice

Stephen Turner

( Turner 2017 ) and in related publications ( Olen and Turner 2015 ). References Beiser , F. 2006 . ‘ Weimar Philosophy and the Fate of Neo-Kantianism ’. In P. E. Gordon and J. P. McCormick (eds), Weimar Thought: A Contested Legacy

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Denise Turner and Bronwen Gillespie

by Denise Turner In his introduction to The Comfort of People , Daniel Miller states: ‘This is a book about people’s lives not their deaths’ (1). Given that the book is a study of the social worlds of hospice patients, at first it is difficult to

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From Zero to Hero?

The Rise of Olaf Scholz and the SPD

Ed Turner, Davide Vampa, and Matthias Scantamburlo

Studies 31, no. 5 (2021): 625–646. 32 Matthias Scantamburlo and Ed Turner, “Germany and the Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands ,” in Europe and the Left: Resisting the Populist Tide , ed. James Newell (Cham, 2021), 123–143. 33 Kitschelt